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EMERGICON Reaches Claims Processing Milestone of 1 Million Claims

(DALLAS, TEXAS – August 20, 2018) – EMERGICON, LLC, is proud to announce the achievement of a major milestone in its operations, having processed 1,000,000 emergency medical billing claims for its growing number of Texas-only Fire and EMS clients.

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Mims Volunteer Fire Department Benefits from Increased Fee Reimbursements Since Hiring EMERGICON

(DALLAS, TEXAS – August 1, 2018) – Located near Lake O’ the Pines in East Texas, Mims Volunteer Fire Department (VFD) faithfully serves its community. Since hiring EMERGICON to provide emergency medical billing support, that service is now better funded than ever before.

Mims VFD has seen a 37% increase in reimbursements since working with EMERGICON. This increased cash flow has more than enabled the fire department to meet the standard operating expenses, like payroll and the cost to maintain their vehicles.

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EMERGICON, LLC Announces New Chief Operating Officer

Texas’ Premier Ambulance Billing Service Provider Names Michael Iglio as Chief Operating Officer

(FORNEY, TX – June 18, 2018) – EMERGICON, Texas’ largest ambulance billing provider, is proud to announce the appointment of Michael Iglio to the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO). Iglio brings two decades of experience in operations leadership with an impressive track record of results and a strong reputation for developing people and processes with companies such as PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay and Frontera Strategies. Throughout his career, Iglio has been recognized for his customer-focused bias for action, ability to build infrastructure in support of growth, and his ability to orchestrate successful “turnarounds” in the teams, facilities, and organizations he has led.

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EMERGICON Staff Prepares for Company-wide Team Building!

EMERGICON staff will be taking a quick break this week for a company-wide excursion to experience an “escape room.”

In an effort to further encourage the objective of working as a team, escape rooms were chosen as a team building exercise for this quarter. Players in the escape rooms must think together to solve a common goal: escaping. Players will have 60 minutes to solve the task at hand and win the game. Escape rooms help build problem-solving skills and creativity, as well as serve as a motivator to work with other members of your team to achieve a common goal.

EMERGICON believes that team building exercises are an important part of furthering the culture and vision of our company, while also furthering the family dynamic felt throughout the company.